Dance-yourself-skinny series Zumba Fitness has now boogied past the six million sales mark, publisher Majesco has announced, probably from the back seat of a new limo.
The publisher managed to shift a million units of Zumba Fitness' sequel, Zumba Fitness 2, Gamespot reports. The sequel released on Wii in late November - less than two months ago.
Majesco previously announced that the original Zumba Fitness had notched up three million copies last August, meaning two million have joined the dance cult since then.
FIFA 12 holds onto first place in the UK top 40 chart for a fourth week running, following another quiet seven days in January.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 continues to dominate the UK video games chart, its sales rising 2 per cent to secure a fourth week on top.
3DS game Mario Kart 7 was this week's sole newcomer, and finished eighth. That's higher than fellow 3DS exclusive Super Mario 3D Land managed three weeks ago, but it is much quieter now.
FIFA 12 sales improved to take the football game to second place. However, EA's game was still 55,000 sales short of rampant chart leader Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Dance in the city! On stage! On a boat!
The Zumba Fitness franchise has sweated out three million copies of tie-in video game Zumba Fitness: Join the Party, publisher Majesco announced today.
The dance workout craze/cult is an unavoidable, regular fixture in the UK's weekly gaming charts. Zumba Fitness has now conquered the top ten 11 weeks in total.
We last heard of Zumba Fitness' sales figures in June when Majesco reported the game had broken the two million barrier. This means it has sold a staggering one million copies in just another two months.
Majesco has announced an encore for chart-topping dance workout Zumba Fitness: Join the Party.